Chamber Music Academy

Haw Par Music is Asia's first music school specialising in chamber music located at the revitalised former Haw Par Mansion, a Grade 1 historic building on Tai Hang Road, designed for the serious and musically inclined students aged 10-18 seeking artistic excellence.


This year-round, semester-based music programme consists of private instrumental tuition and Saturday classes at Haw Par Music on general musicianship and chamber music training. Through interviews and auditions, the Academy selects students according to their musical ability and potential to develop into professional musicians. Admitted students will receive intensive training from a reputable teaching faculty comprising personnel from major orchestras, conservatories and institutions, and also have opportunities studying and performing alongside visiting world-class artists.

Programme Features

• Asia’s first advanced academy dedicated to chamber music studies in a heritage building

• With the revitalized Haw Par Mansion as an ideal training ground fostering chamber music education

• Year-round comprehensive musical training ground taught by a renowned faculty

• First-hand experience to study and perform alongside visiting world-class artists

• Unique classes in chamber music pedagogy, performance practices and technique building

• Seasonal chamber music festivals (short-course) taught by renowned overseas faculty

• Community engagement through performances to promote social betterment and positive values

• Nurture young musicians to become cultural leaders with all-round skills and innovation

• Overseas performance opportunities


Academy Curriculum

• Core Curriculum (Saturday Classes)

  • String orchestra training

  • General musicianship

  • Pedagogy and technique

  • Chamber music coaching

• Enrichment course (Compulsory)

  • Body movement, relaxation and injury prevention

  • Music and mindfulness

  • Sight-reading and quick study

  • Technique Class

• Private instrumental tuition (separately scheduled)

• Masterclasses with faculty and visiting artists

• Performances at Haw Par Music and community outreach initiatives